Ashton Kutcher Tells Charlie Sheen to 'Shut the F**K Up' on 'Jimmy Kimmel' & Hijinks Ensue

There's only so far you can push Ashton Kutcher before he snaps — and the same goes for Charlie Sheen. Among far more bizarre things, Sheen is known to mock Kutcher openly on Twitter since taking his spot on the show Two and a Half Men. Still. And that happened THREE years ago. Sheen has maturely called Kutcher "lame" and told him to stop "barfing" all over the show, and we were kinda wondering when Sheen would stop acting like a difficult teenager. Well, on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Ashton Kutcher had a message for Charlie Sheen on Wednesday. Since Sheen was fired from the show in 2011 after his cray-cray public meltdown, Kimmel asked Kutcher, "Every day when you go into work, do they say, 'Thank you for not being Charlie?'"

Kutcher took the question as an opportunity to make a "public plea" to Sheen and screamed,

Dude, shut the f**k up! Seriously, like, enough already. It's three years later and you're still blowing me up on Twitter? Come on, dude, really?

As adorable as Kutcher's outburst was (you gotta love the "dude" drop twice) he has every right to be frustrated. If some nutty man with an anger management problem — who actually was on a show called Anger Management — was insulting me for years, I'd be tired of it too.

Not surprisingly, Sheen responded on Twitter to Kutcher's rant in a weirdly nice way, extended Haiku-style:

And then followed it up with something more his style:

Kutcher may have gotten the last laugh, though.

Charlie Sheen may want to watch out. He does have tiger blood and a #winning streak on his side, after all, but he is messing with someone who was the mastermind behind Punk'd.

To see Kutcher's rant on Kimmel, you can watch the clip below: